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Extra-Coronal RestorationsMaterial Choice

Extra-Coronal Restorations: Material Choice [This chapter will emphasise the need to:Be aware of the capabilities of modern CAD/CAM technology for making extra-coronal restorations from all types of materialsChoose alloys carefully when prescribing metallic restorations (e.g. for bruxists) to reduce problems with biocompatibility and corrosionCheck your laboratory heat treat cast posts and cores made from gold alloy to ensure optimum stiffnessChoose reputable high strength ceramics which can be etched for optimum resin bondingCut retentive preparations for zirconia restorations to ensure retentionPrescribe direct and indirect composite restorations which are fit for the intended purpose.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Extra-Coronal RestorationsMaterial Choice

Part of the BDJ Clinician’s Guides Book Series
Editors: Wassell, Robert; Nohl, Francis; Steele, Jimmy; Walls, Angus
Extra-Coronal Restorations — Aug 1, 2018

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2019. This book has been previously published in 2002 by BDJ Books with the following title: A Clinical Guide to Crowns and Other Extra-coronal Restorations.
ISBN
978-3-319-79092-3
Pages
163 –205
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-79093-0_14
Publisher site
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Abstract

[This chapter will emphasise the need to:Be aware of the capabilities of modern CAD/CAM technology for making extra-coronal restorations from all types of materialsChoose alloys carefully when prescribing metallic restorations (e.g. for bruxists) to reduce problems with biocompatibility and corrosionCheck your laboratory heat treat cast posts and cores made from gold alloy to ensure optimum stiffnessChoose reputable high strength ceramics which can be etched for optimum resin bondingCut retentive preparations for zirconia restorations to ensure retentionPrescribe direct and indirect composite restorations which are fit for the intended purpose.]

Published: Aug 1, 2018

Keywords: Indirect Composite Restorations; Resin Bond; Lithium Disilicate; Feldspathic Ceramics; Monolithic Zirconia

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